No Story Left Untold: Irish Filmmaker Aisling Walsh


Dublin-born screenwriter and filmmaker Aisling Walsh is a storyteller first and foremost. At sixteen, she set out to tell stories through painting, enrolling to study fine art at the Dún Laoghaire College of Art and Design in the late 70s. She soon found herself better suited to film as a means of narrative, training as a screenwriter and director. Her debut work Joyriders (1988) concerns a woman who leaves her domineering husband and the confines of domesticity behind to embark ...

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